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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the chief investment officer at j.p. morgan chase retired today, the first casualty after the bank announced a $2 billion loss last week. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the newshour tonight, margaret warner gets the latest on the trade deal gone wrong, and what comes next for the banking giant. >> brown: plus, we talk with two senators about the prospects for increased regulation: michigan democrat carl levin and tennessee republican bob corker. >> woodruff: ray suarez updates the escalating drug violence in mexico after 49 mutilated bodies were found dumped along a highway. >> brown: john merrow reports on a move to boost reading skills and shake up the content for young readers. >> reporter: the new view is that our kids read too much fiction, books like this, and not enough about things like electricity, whales and the solar system. >> woodruff: and two economists offer their prescription for addressing what they call the human disaster of long-term joblessness. >> brown: th
, would just celebrated his 60th birthday, mayor ed lee. mayor lee: thank you, and they are brown, and thank you, everybody, for coming. -- thank you, mayor brown, and thank you, everybody, for coming. the years that followed the san francisco earthquake were filled with grandiose plans to rebuild our city. perhaps the best realize is the san francisco memorial -- war memorial and performing arts center. the ground was broken to build the war memorial in honor of san franciscans who had served during world war i. in addition to honoring those veterans, the memorial gave a permanent residence to the opera, the symphony, and eventually, the ballet. the war memorial and performing arts center has great historic significance, including housing, the signing ceremony of our united nations charter in 1945. today, we are making history erosity and support of mr. and mrs. stephen bechtel. with a grant of $1.5 million -- [applause] from there foundation and in honoring charlotte and george shultz, we are that much closer to fulfilling the original vision of the war memorial complex, which w
mayor. >> thank you, mayor willie brown. it is an honor to be with you on this occasion. it is very appropriate to name a facility after george and charlotte. san francisco is home for many important people, but none made as great a contribution to our country as george shultz. charlotte has given great service to our city and our state. i believe all year extend a great thanks to them for their great services to our country, to california, and to san francisco. i would like to complement our city for recognizing at them in this manner -- i would like to compliment our city for recognizing the - manner. thank you very much. [applause] that of mayor -- >> mayor lee, the time has come. join me and proceed to do the dedication of horseshoe drive, which has been dedicated by the opera house board in honor of george and charlotte schulz. mayor lee: it is my pleasure joining all of you to announce this dedication on behalf of our city, on behalf of the war memorial, dedicating this carriageway to be charlotte and george shultz way of san francisco. [applause] horseshoe drive. [applause] ‚
? >> i do not know. >> you had a conversation with mr. brown in 2006 at the labor conference in manchester. you describe that in paragraph 36. >> yes. >> the labor conference in manchester that year, we knew, because it was announced, that mr. blair would be leaving within the year, and in all probability mr. brown would be the next prime minister. would you agree? >> i think that was a given, yes. >> he said to you -- you say, "i remember that meeting well. mr. brown told me he had it on very good authority mr. murdoch would appoint me as the editor of "the sun" when rebekah was promoted." do you see that? >> yes. >> he was telling you it was already rupert murdoch's decision that rebekah wade would be promoted and you would be the next editor of "the sun." >> i did not believe rupert murdoch would have had that conversation with him. >> why not? he was close to mr. brown, was he not? >> my understanding of how news international works, in terms of appointment of editors, is that it would not have involved the conversation at that stage. it was sometime after that rebekah wa
's not what governor brown has in mind. he has a plan that relies heavily on taxes. >> ama: religious leaders and former san francisco mayor gavin newsom are weighing in on the president's support of same-sex marriage. >> reporter: after president obama's historic endorsement of same-sex marriage, some bayar clergy are saying it may be time to take a second look at the issue. >> reverend brown is preaching a sermon of tolerance. >> there are people in thissation who happen to be gay or lesbian, and they deserve to have equal protect under the law. >> it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that i think same-sex couples should be able too get married. >> that historic endorsement by president obama pushed the subject of same-sex marriage back into the spotlight. former san francisco mayor and current lieutenant governor gavin newsom has role in shaping the national dialogue in 2004 he defied the law and allowed same-sex couples to marry at city hall. and then kaz voters banned same-sex marriage. today he discussed the president's new position. >> i'm proud of the president, proud he stoo
including california. governor jerry brown revealed today that california's budget is in a lot more trouble than we knew and we asked ben tracy to show us what that means. >> reporter: jana bell soto is halfway through college at the university of california, irvine. he's worried he won't be able to finish. tuition went up 14% this school year because of state budget cuts. >> my mom already told my little brother he's going to have to go into the military so they can pay for his college. >> reporter: the u.c. system plans to raise tuition another 6% in july to nearly $13,000, that's more than double what students paid just five years ago because the state keeps cutting education funding. >> we're going to have to cut deeper, but cutting alone really doesn't do it. >> reporter: today governor jerry brown said the state's budget deficit jumped from $9 billion to $16 billion largely because tax revenues have been much lower than expected. the unemployment rate here is still 11%. >> there has to be a balance and day of reckoning. this is the type of day of reckoning and we've got to take the me
investment to happen. >>> jerry brown is set to unveil his revised budget plan after announcing the state faces an even bigger deficit than predicted. brown said the budget gap will grow almost $7 billion more than expected due to weak tax revenues and slow progress in cutting budgets. the projected shortfall is now $16 billion. tomorrow in los angeles, brown is scheduled to introduce a new fiscal plan and outline how he proposes to fill that budget gap. one effort to recall oakland major gene quan appears to be fizzling out. one plan has until tomorrow to collect signatured needed. there won't be enough time to gather all the required signatures. the southbound group has until july 2nd to -- the second group has until july 2nd to collect the needed signatures. >>> despite indication that is the group had planned to leave, there had been word protesters would remove their farming equipment but instead the university says the group stayed overnight. the occupiers took over the land back on earth day and want to create a community urban farm. the project is set to begin on the land this wee
. >> what reverend brown says is a need for inclusion. >> there are people in this nation who happen to be gay or lesbian, and they deserve to have equal protection under the law. >> it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that i think same-sex couples should be able to get married. >> president obama's historic endorsement pushed the subject back into the spotlight but former san francisco mayor and gavin newsom has a role in changing the national dialogue. he deidentified the law and allowed same-sex marriage at city hall. and today he was on "meet the press" to discuss the president's new position. >> i'm proud of the president and proud he is on the right side of hoyt and proud he did it during an election. >> reverend brown is quick to point out his church will not be performing same-sex weddings. he describes it as a wedge issue, design to divide the african-american community and diminish support for president obama. >> we're not going to be duped or fooled. let anybody do something that would derail the re-election of this man, mr. barack obama. >> but opponents to same
the age of the average ceo. gov. brown releases his budget tomorrow in the wake of higher than anticipated deficit. >>> we face a $16 million hole >>> the governor brands higher deficit of lower tax revenue cuts to education and public safety and not acceptable he wants to increase taxes for the highest earners and increase sales taxes, fellow democrats will help sell the measure to voters. >>> between now and november all of us will be aggressive in talking about the importance of the governor's tax measure. >>> it could be a hard sell, where voters are resistant to increase taxes republicans have reacted by saying there must be more cuts. despite her unpopularity oakland mayor is staying put. organizers for the recall announce they're unable to get the 20,000 signatures needed to qualify for the november election. according to a recent poll 3 out of 4 oakland residents are not happy with the mayor's performance but the majority of voters are not ready for a recall because it is costly. >>> and why they don't totally agree with me on everything people want this to work on the issues i am
's remarks on the ballot box. former san francisco mayor willie brown spoke about this morning on cbs 5. >>> it will require some of us to reaffirm, because african- americans and latinos not naturally on the upside of same- sex marriage, they are on the downside of same-sex marriage. >>> and a core part of the democratic constituency >>> there are diverse views just as there are all over the country >>> and that is the point >>> important to a knowledge individual choice of each american >>> anne mackovic cbs 5 >>> despite her unpopularity the oakland mayor will keep our job, organizers for the committee to recall the mayor announced they did not get the 20,000 signatures needed to put a recall on the november ballot. according to a recent poll 3 atta for oakland voters not happy with their performance the same poll found the majority of voters who don't and she's doing a good job are not ready for a recall because it is costly. >>> they don't totally agree with me on everything people want us to work on the issues we are working on >>> her first term and is in 2014 >>> gov. brown rele
? several things. first the brown decision had been decided. it has been unevenly enforced. there had been the little rock crisis, but really nobody knew whether and when or how school desegregation would really happen in the south. the justice department was trying to force existing civil rights laws, but there were holes in the existing civil rights laws. it was mentioned earlier that under president eisenhower's watch the 1967 civil rights act was enacted, the 1967 act gave the justice department additional powers to enforce civil rights, but really still very, very significant constraints on what the justice department can do. the naacp is caught up with the struggle of trying to implement brown versus board of education, and then there is martin luther king who was catapulted to prominence with the montgomery bus boycott in 1965 and '66, but king is also looking in 1960, '61 for ways to push the movement forward. so what the context was that a lot had been done. desegregation of the military, brown versus the board of education. president kennedy and robert kennedy were both air ball
they want. >>> gov. brown releases his revised budget tomorrow and sacramento based upon a higher than anticipated budget deficit. >>> we now face a $16 billion hole >>> the governor blantyre deficit on lower tax revenue, cuts to education and public safety are not acceptable. it wants to increase taxes on the highest earners an increase sales taxes. democrats said they will help the governor sell the proposal >>> between now and november all of us aggressive in talking about the importance of the governor's tax measure >>> it could be a hard sell voters are resistant to increase taxes republicans have reacted by saying there must be more cuts. five days later it is the hottest political news, president obama's support of same-sex marriage was the hot topic on the sunday morning talk shows and. critics said the revelation will cost them a second term, he is shifting away from focusing on the economy. supporters applaud the president saying he is headed in the right direction. >>> he has gone 95% of the white but federal rights is important. in 1967 the federal courts adjudicated the qu
out he was not hit apple took him into custody. governor jerry brown will release his state budget. instead of the $9 billion budget gap, the state is now facing a $16 billion deficit and that's mainly due to lower tax deficits. now in the video, he once again makes the pitch to voters to approve his plan for tax hikes in november. >>> today is the start with the third leader in five months. scott tonight sop is out just of a six mops of ceo. he has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer but many say thompson's fate at the head of yahoo was sealed after it was revealed he padded his resident pavement. >> i honestly thought they would make this decision much more quickly than this. >> yahoo who had a global fate, there were three e board member and he was the first man to pressure him to fire thompson and he said in what's new board is working with leadership to unlock why he significant value. he is threatening to expose all of yahoos problems. >>> there are propers that free of the top executives cheaper. it follows a $2 billion loss by one of the bank's trading groups. >>> and tonigh
of these asian pacific heritage month associations, mayor willie brown. >> this evening, we are celebrating our communities from all over the world. i am so lucky to be the mayor of an international city. we talked a lot about diversity, but we also celebrates in so many ways. it is marvelous to hear the names of all these council generals from all around the world. we also have some invaluable participants that represent the city relations. from osaka, singapore, shanghai, taipei, and seoul, korea. they're working with our offices and communities to promote education, trade, allow ourselves to educate ourselves continuously about the need to have a more advanced, smarter immigration policy for our country. and also one that we enjoy celebrating because we get a lot of talent from the other countries, which is why we want to be a gateway to the world. that is why we enjoy the celebration so much. with that, i like to invite former mayor willie brown and also the supervisors, please join us on the stage and be part of the witness and of the signing of the proclamation for this year imposed a cel
on the shakeup at yahoo. a new ceo this morning. >>> and just minutes ago, governor jerry brown laid out details of a new budget plan warning californians about a ballooning deficit. >>> a busy day on two wheels. that's a live look at san francisco from the chopper. some of the business cyclists rolling from northern california to southern california in the amgen tour. the news at 11:00 starts right now. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. a familiar scene for the occupy movement, police versus protesters. berkeley moves in to reclaim a research site. they lined up outside the plot occupied by protesters around 6:00 this morning. they then moved in and cleared out the campers. christie smith has been following this all morning and has new developments as she joins us live from albany. good morning, christie. >> reporter: good morning, jon. uc police put a lot of resources into it. nearly 100 police officers from eight different campuses. they ended up arresting nine people here this morning at occupy, the farm. right now, uc police are standing agains
in the office of mayor brown where he is coleader of enforcement practice. he was born into a military family, very proud of it. son of a lieutenant colonel in the marine corps. j. tharp attended duke university on an rotc scholarship received an undergraduate degree summa cum laude. started, served on active duty with the marines for six years achieving the rank of captain and earning the navy achievement medal. after military service he attended northwest university law school, graduated magna cum laude, served on their law review. upon graduation he was a clerk for judge joel phlom of the seventh circuit and worked as assistant u.s. attorney in chicago for six years. he joined mayor brown where his practice has been in commerce commercial litigation and criminal investigation. he received numerous recognitions, served as adjunct professor at university law school. in short, j. tharp is a picture-perfect nominee for the federal bench. he has the callifications to -- qualifications to serve the northern district as well. i urge my colleagues to support his nomination. i say to j. tharp, the
brown can be we are going to talk about silicon valley and the bay area innovation to the economy today. as you look at the panel, talking about the silicon valley, we have the mayor of san francisco. it will come into perspective, that when you have a giant like ibm anchor here in the valley, you are seeing in between companies like google and apple and facebook with incredible growth. in san francisco, mayor lee has welcomed to the fold in twitter, zynga, companies that are into cloud computing, hiring lots of people that not only want to live and work in the valley but recognize san francisco as being part of the valley. we are, indeed, fortunate, from san jose to san francisco, to be part of the innovation economy. we are finally seeing once again california's innovation is leading us out of the last three years of recession. i do not know about you but i am pretty tired of the recession. i made a statement several years ago that it was about time for an adjustment to the economy, things were too expensive, overheated. two years after that, i regretted making that comment. it was gr
ford and kraft foods and. at 28 zuckerberg is less than half the age of the average ceo jerry brown releases his revised budget tomorrow. >>> will not face a $16 billion hole not the 9 billion we thought in january >>> the governor blames the deficit on lower tax revenue is as cuts to public safety and education unacceptable. it wants to raise income taxes on the highest earners. >>> between now and november all of us will be aggressive in talking about the importance of the tax measure >>> it could be a hard sell, voters are resistant to increase taxes. republicans have reacted by saying there must be more cuts. first it was time magazine's cover now newsweek has come out with its own cover of its on a photo of president obama under a rainbow hail. with the caption " the first gave president " the article's author and who was openly gay says when elected mr. obama's record on gay-rights you see this is not an aberration a culmination of three years of work. the article compares mr. obama's experience growing up. >>> the president's announcement as bun is on all sides discussing how
hours ago, governor brown unveiled a revised and as you tear government plan. the proposal increases funding for education and -- austere. the proposal increases funding for education and this will leave the state with a $15 billion deficit. he also made a pitch for his november ballot measure to raise income taxes on high earners and boost the state sales tax by .25. >> i said before, it's taken a long time, more than a decade, to get into this mess. we're not gonna get out of it in a year. >> the plan would slash state workers' pay by 5% through either a shorter workweek or cuts in hours and wages. >>> and the growing crisis in sacramento is certain to have a huge impact on the bay area. that includes alameda county where supervisors are already struggling to deal with a budget shortfall. today they will meet to discuss ways to close an $88 million deficit. >>> tomorrow is the deadline for bay area school districts to issue final pink slips for layoffs for the 2012/2013 school year. the preliminary notices were issued to teachers back on march 15th and now two months later, most d
to shut down or sell >> governor brown will release his revised budget today in sacramento and based on a higher deficit than anticipated >> we are now facing a $16 billion hole, not $9 billion we thought >> he blames the higher deficit on a lower tax revenues and legal blocks to some planned cuts. he says further cuts to public education and public safety are not acceptable. fellow democrats say they will help sell his tax measures to voters >> between now and november, all of us will be a rather aggressive in talking about the importance of the governor's tax measure >> the measure could be a hard sell. boaters are resistant to increase taxes. at least three executives at j.p. morgan are expected to resign after bad trades cost the bank $2 billion. the shake-up follows an apology. jimmy diamond says he was wrong to ignore the warning signs that says the bank is in no danger of failing. >> we will still earn all lot of money this quarter so does not like the company is jeopardized. we hurt ourselves and our credibility and we need to pay the price collapse >> lawmakers to back the b
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brown. it is monday may 14th. thank you for watching "fox friends first. >> the trading blunder at our nations largest bangs. three of the heist ranking executives at jp more january chase are stepping down later today. one of the heist ranking women on wall street she is a 30-year-old veteran of jp morgan who served as a chief investment officer. joining us live from washington with more details on this is kelly wright. hi, kelly. >> good morning to you. heads will begin to role as you mentioned at jp morgan. the company's $2 billion loss could begin as early as today. as the fallout continues jp morgan ceo is trying to control the damage acknowledging the company's loss but stating everyone in business makes mistakes. diamond says jshg p morg-- jp mn has done nothing wrong. >> we know they were sloppy and know we were wrong. regulators should look at something like this. we are open to regulators and they will come to their own conclusion. we plan to fix it learn from it and be a better company when it is done. >> dimon supports 70 percent of the dodd that's the 2010 law that is pass
. the debate over same-sex marriage, front and center this sunday. bill whitaker, terrell brown are both on the story. starting over, jobs are open but many workers don't have the right training. we'll show you a program trying to change that. and the graduate, tony guida with a story of a war zone refugee who went from janitor to ivy league grad captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> glor: good evening, i'm jeff glor, three executives at the nation's largest bank j.p. morgan chase reportedly are out. this after the bank revealed on thursday it lost at least $2 billion in risky trades. those stepping down will include the senior executive who oversaw the transaction and two upper traders. today c.e.o. jaime diamon called the trades a terrible, egregious mistake. he also acknowledges the securities and exchange commission is investigating whether rules were broken. >> we know we were sloppy. we know we were stupid. we know there was bad judgment. we don't know if any of that is true. regulators should look, that is their job so we are open to the regulators. they w
ceo. >> today gov. jerry brown will officially deliver the bad news about to revise state budget >> we're now facing a $16 billion hole, not the $9 billion we thought in january. >> the governor blames the deficit on higher tax revenues, lower tax revenues. he says cuts to education and public safety are not acceptable. republicans have reacted to the governors' appeal by saying there must be more cuts. protests are planned against pg&e outside the company's headquarters. >> it is expected to be a busy morning here at pg&e headquarters as you mentioned. they will have the annual shareholders' meeting and protesters are expected to be here as well as a politician who will be introducing new legislation. it is their annual shareholders meeting, the first for the new ceo. it is expected to be met with unhappy customers and at the same time, san mateo assemblyman jerry hill is planning on introducing a bill that would require top utility executives to give back bonuses if the company is fine for safety violations. what he says is that he is trying to stop what happened in 2011 when the for
. quite the mystery. >> very odd. >> yeah. >> sounds like a dan brown novel. >> yes, it does. >>> forgive me i have a cold >> i know tony i feel for you. >> thanks. >> hello. >> hey, good morning. >> how are you. >> fine thank you. nice weekend. >> great mothers day. >> yep. >> notice i am trying to put a good spin on the forecast because today not so favourable. i will do this line we need the rain it is a good thing we will get some. >> you had that one before some how. >> i keep saying that as long as i can sell it because a lot of clouds out there. here comes the showers moving through. generally, you can see well, we are spreading east. prince georges county, light rain showers out towards annapolis, montgomery county. widespread rain showers on and off throughout the day. not going to rain every minutebut we have a lot of moisture to work through next 24, to 36 hours. look at that moisture off to the south and west, this is a pattern we have not seen a lot of the last several months. we are tapping into gulf moisture w. winds out of the south and frontal system laying across the are
crisis continues to grow. governor brown is expected to rehe's his re-advised plan to ease the $16 billion deficit. he wants to raise the sales tax and increase taxes on the rich which brown believes the state needs to under if schools and protect public safety. the budget and public safety are an issue at the city level. many are battling with pension reform to reduce ballooning deficits. and in san jose, it is creating problems in the police department. abc7 news reporter thomas roman is live in the newsroom with more. >> police officers say the pension reform measure b on the june ballot will slash the future takeout pay of officers as much as 50%. the police officers union says the measure is so unreasonable it will force many officers to leave the department which is already understaffed. >> they are leaving in droves. it is really sad to watch. >> he is president of the san jose police officer's union. he is concerned that measure b, a pension reform plan on the june 5th ballot has caused many officers to seek work with other police departments. >> we had an additional 60 or
down the path that around two to case the following year in which the remedy for brown is hashed out and specified that desegregation would precede a somewhat infamously said that paul delivers speed. that language was unfortunate in many ways because it allowed a lot of deliberation and not very much speed. but what it also meant is that thought the district court judges to decide whether it official desegregation plan full text that requirement. so the appointments he made to those benches who did a great deal today from work also were very important. he secured passage of the civil rights act in 1957, not terribly ambitious fact, that happened before since reconstruction therefore sort of laid the groundwork for the more important civil rights acts of the 1960s and then of course most famously he summoned the 101st airborne the same unit to soften the beaches at normandy to ask what the little rock nine into school in little rock when obstructing desegregation era. on the last episode in a funny way to one eisenhower gives the most credit for civil rights in order to always the on
,000 employees in the biggest purge. >>> california's budget crisis continues to grow. governor brown is expected to rehe's his re-advised plan to ease the $16 billion he wan deficit. he wants to raise the sales tax and increase taxes on the rich which brown believes the state needs to under if schools and protect public safety. the budget and public safety are an issue at the city level. many are battling with pension reform to reduce ballooning deficits. and in san jose, it is creating problems in the police department. abc7 news reporter thomas roman is live in the newsroom with more.>> police officer >> police officers say the pension reform measure b on the june ballot willthe june ba future takeout pay of officers as much as 50%. the police officers union says the measure is so unreasonable it will force many officers to leave the department which is alreadyaffed. >> they are leaving in droves. it is really sad to watch. >> he is president of the san jose police officer's union. he is concerned that measure b, a pension reform plan on the june 5th ballot has caused many officers to seek wor
's the new single "don't let me die" from bobby brown's upcoming album, his first solo album in 25 years. brown says his legal and drug problems are the main reasons it took so long to finish another project. earlier this month you'll recall he blamed his ex-wife whitney houston for introducing him to drugs. brown says he's been drug free for more than seven years now. his album "masterpiece" drops june 5th. >>> coming up on news 4 at 4:00 a devastating twister caught on video. >>> plus a thrill ride that went horribly wrong. hi should be arrested for crimes against potted plant-kind. [ clang ] my house is where plants came to die. ‚ô™ but, it turns out all i was missing was miracle-gro potting mix. it's got what a plant needs. even plant food that feeds them for up to 6 months. you get bigger, more beautiful plants. guaranteed. who's got two green thumbs thanks to miracle-gro? uh, this gal. boom! everyone grows with miracle-gro. >>> the number of people who sleep walk is growing. a new study out by researchers at stanford university found more than a million americans are prone to sleep
. >> reporter: angie brown is talk about her son, dustin gross. >> there is not a doubt in my mind that he would be so appreciative of everyone and he would be overwhelmed. >> reporter: gross' aunt jill tip ton, helped organize the saturday donation drive. >> we need to do what we can to support those guys. >> reporter: it seems the community is supporting gross' family. >> we can't express the love we feel, the gratitude, it is just very overwhelming. >> reporter: in all, they packed 350 boxes to send to 350 soldiers. >> very few know that. >> reporter: that is allowing brown to turn her heartache into help. into help. . >> moms know how to get the work done. that is for sure. >>> a lesson for the washington nats. >> sports is coming your way next.  -dad, why are you getting that? -that's my cereal. is there a prize in there? oh, there's a prize, all right. is it a robot? no. is it a jet plane? nope. is it a dinosaur? [ laughs ] [ male announcer ] inside every box of heart healthy cheerios are those great tasting little o's made from carefully selected oats that can he
last august. >> today the governor jerry brown will officially deliver bad news about revise state budget >> we are now facing a $16 billion hole, not $9 billion we thought >> the governor posted that message saturday blaming lower tax revenue and legal blocks. he wants to increase income tax for the highest earners as well as increase sales taxes. fellow democrats say they will help sell his measures to the voters >> between now and november, all of us will be rather aggressive in talking about the importance of the governor's tax measures >> it could be a hard sell. voters are resistant to increase taxes. we will have a live report coming up in about 10 minutes. heads are starting to roll at j.p. morgan chase in the wake of some bad trades that costs them over $2 billion over three months. top traders are expected to be let go as early as today. >> we will still earn a lot of money this quarter so does not like the company is jeopardized. we hurt ourselves and our credibility and we need to pay the price for that >> lawmakers say the law could lead to tighter regulations the y pr
. >> there are prot testors said they helped elect jerry brown to his dream job now accusing him of taking away their opportunities to better themselves. two dozen people gathered in san jose to protest the plan to deal with the revised $16 billion gap. they're especially furious with his proposal to implement $8 billion in cuts affecting health care, inhome services and welfare to work programs. california state university system will face $250 million in trigger cuts unless california voters approved a tax increase the governor wants to makeup the rest of the deficit. there is some relief, you can say and a lot of anger with the may revision to the budget. >> i can't believe he can have nerve to do this after the years i've been voting and i vote every time we have an election. and for him to let me down like this, my children, my grandson? outrageous. >> there is expressed gratitude for prioritizing higher education. here in san jose state we feel the same way. >> so education across the board would suffer if voters don't approve the increase package mentioned earlier. governor brown called
. as terrell brown reports, a repeal effort is under way. >> reporter: when maryland's governor signed the bill to legalize same-sex marriage in maryland, michele stood behind him. you're in the picture? >> yes. >> reporter: she and tracy taylor, her partner of 20 years, planned to marry in their home state when it becomes legal in january. >> if something was to happen to me, i would want tracy to be able to collect my death benefits, be able to carry out my last will. >> reporter: but now they face a problem. >> you sign the petition already? >> reporter: opponents of the law are collecting signatures, trying to get a referendum on the november ballot to overturn it before it takes effect. so far 30 states have amended their constitutions to ban same-sex marriage. in maryland, some of the strongest opposition for the law has come from the black community. about 30% of the population. >> god said that in every home there needs to be a representation of his glory to manhood and femininity. >> reporter: pastor harry jackson believes same-sex marriage undercuts the strength of family tradition. >
governor jerry brown will announce the budget and we will tell you what is on the chopping block. >>> what you need to know about the routes and road closures, coming up. >>> plus a shocking magazine cover, president barack obama puts same sex marriages back in the spotlight. . >>> good morning, thank you for joining us. i am pam cook. >> and let's go to steve, how is the weather? >>> that system moved close enough to enhance the fog bank, the fog is still there but it will be a cool, cool morning and partly sunny breezy day, highs below average, here is your update on traffic and here is sal. >>> as you drive passed the coliseum, it is a little bit south of here in union city there are a couple of minor problems and also this morning the commute looks good at the bay bridge toll plaza, let's go back to dave and pam. >>> an investigation is happening right now into an officer involved shooting. it happened shortly before 11:00 last night in the backyard of parish road. tara moriarty is in napa and tara, there are several big questions surrounding the shooting good morning. >> rep
they are facing 16 billion. governor jerry brown said if they don't approve his tax cuts, there will be a new round of cuts to compensation and welfare. >>> they are certainly having an impact here in the bay area. alameda is having mop my problems of -- money problems of their own. they will discuss how to close the budget with less money coming in from the state capital. >>> and the latest magazine cover has a new attention grabbing cover about president barack obama's new announcement that he supports same sex marriage. now it shows a rainbow halo over his words called the first gay president. it will be center stage today when the president gives a commencement address. the president's comments sparked a spiritual debate at several churches and the ceremony included songs and scriptures with president barack obama's support of gay marriage. the pastor made it clear he stands behind the president and even a higher power. >> why do you think you have a right to tell others -- [inaudible] >> even though we don't believe it as christians, people have a right to do whatever they want to do and
almigar in los angeles. >> governor jerry brown held little back. >> this is a type of reckoning, and we have to take the medicine. >> facing a nearly $16 billion budget deficit, today, the governor proposed $8.3 billion in cuts. the first step towards balancing the state's chronically ill budget. >> the fact is california has been living beyond its means. the united states of america and its federal government is living beyond its means. >> among some of the proposed cuts, state employees will face furlough days and cuts, health care problems like those that help the elders will be cut. brown says part of the blame, the state's sputtering economy and the still struggling housing market. california's problem, but one states across the country face. >> what starts in california, good or bad, tends to spread across country. >> blaming republican lawmakers for blocking his push to raise taxes, the governor is now calling on voters in november to approve his spending plan. >> what i'm proposing is not a panacea but it goes a long way toward cleaning up the state's budget mess. >> this week,
. the defense claim was that there was one orange brown smudge on the bathroom wall, she had a fake tan the day before and that indicated there was no struggle at all. martha: quite unusual in a case like this, the victim's parents plan to testify for the man accused of killing their daughter, right phil? >> reporter: quite unusual. everybody related to this case seems to believe the husband. now, there's no way he would have ever killed his wife, and he had absolutely no motive for that. so this is basically going to come down to the testimony of doctors versus doctors. the medical examiner for miami-dade versus their own medical experts that the defense has hired, who will be here to testify. and key evidence for the police, they say the bed appeared that he hadn't slept in it the night before and the car's hood was still warm in the driveway. martha: and he says in the tape there are marks on her neck, which we'll hear more about on this, too. phil, thank you very much, phil keating on another case in florida. bill: team obama releasing its first official campaign attack ad going after romne
regulations and chase stock plummeted on friday. >>mark: gov. jerry brown will lay out the plans that of the revised state spending plan today. day -- the budget is down an additional 7 billion from january. the governor glances on the economy and the housing market. he says education will likely take a major hit. public schools will have to shorten their school year for up to three weeks and college students will probably have to pay more for their degree. >> it will really affect my family's ability to pay for not just my education bomb isoprenes education i have a part-time job. it is deftly hard to balance that with my studies. >> i'm asking you, the people of california, to approve a plan. i'm asking high income orders to pay up to 3% more for seven years. we agree says taxes for one fourth of one percent. >>mark: to get a release this video and youtube of the weekend to encourage voters to agree to increase taxes. >>james: their high clouds around the bank. there are high clouds are round the bay area. will be back in a minute. you're going down! it's all over! no! it's n
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